29 teams advance to AIG All-Ireland Inter-Club Finals

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Michael Coote (Chairman Munster Region Golf Ireland) presents the Munster West Pennant for the Women’s Senior Cup to Team Lahinch during the AIG Munster Inter-Club Finals 2022 at Killarney Golf Club, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland on Saturday 16th July 2022. Picture: Thos Caffrey / Golffile

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29 teams have booked their tickets to the AIG All-Ireland Inter-Club Finals after winning their Regional Finals at venues around the country over the weekend.

The 16 finalists are confirmed for the AIG Men’s and Women’s Senior Cups, with Lahinch being represented in both competitions.

Athenry, Naas, The Island, Carton House, Lee Valley, Lahinch, Cushendall and Tandragee will all compete looking to win the AIG Men’s Senior Cup.

In the AIG Women’s Senior Cup, Roscommon, Wexford, Laytown and Bettystown, Dun Laoghaire, Douglas, Lahinch, Royal Portrush and Royal County Down will all compete for the title.

Six of the eight AIG Women’s Junior Foursomes finalists have been confirmed. Bearna, Rathdowney, Malahide, Edmondstown, Cahir Park and Tralee have all advanced.

In the AIG Men’s Barton Shield, Roscommon, Cork, Tralee, Galgorm Castle and Donaghadee have all advanced. Those four competitions will conclude in Tramore GC, between September 1-4.

The first two AIG Women’s Senior Foursomes finalists were also decided over the weekend. Malone and Belvoir Park advance to the All-Ireland Finals in the Slieve Russell between September 7-11.

To view photos of the winners, click here.

AIG Men’s Senior Cup
Connacht: Roscommon 1.5-3.5 Athenry
Leinster Central: Rosslare 1.5-3.5 Naas
Leinster North: County Louth 2-3 The Island
Leinster South: Grange 2-3 Carton House
Munster East: Lee Valley 3-2 Tramore
Munster West: Lahinch 4-1 Dooks
Ulster North: Cushendall 3-2 Rosapenna
Ulster South: Tandragee 4-1 Lurgan

AIG Women’s Senior Cup
Connacht: Athenry 1-4 Roscommon
Leinster Central: Tullamore 1-4 Wexford
Leinster North: Laytown and Bettystown 3-2 County Louth
Leinster South: Woodbrook 1.5-3.5 Dun Laoghaire
Munster East: Douglas 3.5-1.5 Cork
Munster West: Lahinch 4-1 Killarney
Ulster North: Royal Portrush 3-2 Malone
Ulster South: Royal County Down 4.5-0.5 Lurgan

AIG Men’s Barton Shield
Connacht: Roscommon beat Galway by 4 holes
Munster East: Cork beat Cahir Park by 8 holes
Munster West: Castletroy lost to Tralee by 1 hole
Ulster North: Cushendall lost to Galgorm Castle by 4 holes
Ulster South: Belvoir Park lost to Donaghadee by 12 holes

AIG Women’s Senior Foursomes
Ulster North: Royal Portrush 0.5-2.5 Malone
Ulster South: Belvoir Park 2-1 Royal Belfast

AIG Women’s Junior Foursomes
Connacht: Bearna 2.5-0.5 Claremorris
Leinster Central: Rathdowney 2-1 Gowran Park
Leinster North: Malahide 2-1 County Louth
Leinster South: Woodbrook 0-3 Edmondstown
Munster East: Lee Valley 0.5-2.5 Cahir Park
Munster West: Tralee 2.5-0.5 Nenagh

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